Special Saturday Post: We are proceeding with arbitration.

The official statement:

The grievance went as expected yesterday. The grievance committee (made
up of League and Equity representatives) did not rule for either side,
and we will be filing for arbitration as provided by our contract.

Read more here.

BREAKING NEWS: The official statement re: the Jeremy Piven grievance proceeding.

Many of you have been calling, emailing and stopping me on the street asking about the results of today’s proceedings.  Our official statement is below.  Unfortunately, I can’t comment any further at this time . . . although I’d sure like to.  🙂

A grievance hearing was held today in accordance with the Equity-League Production Contract regarding the matter of Jeremy Piven and Speed-the-Plow.  Following the terms of the collective-bargaining agreement, a panel of five League representatives and five Equity representatives met and heard the positions of the parties.  The League and Equity representatives were unable to reach a unanimous decision.  The Producers have the rights, as a  next step, to proceed to arbitration.

Ken Davenport
Ken Davenport

Tony Award-Winning Broadway Producer

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